We’ve sure been hearing a lot about the late Jeffrey Epstein.
The Florida judge who approved the FBI raid on Donald Trump’s home represented Epstein’s employees in court, reports have revealed.
Bruce Reinhart represented a number of employees working for Epstein before he sanctioned the ‘unannounced’ search of Trump’s Mar a Lago home.
Ghislaine Maxwell was sentenced to 20 years in prison last month and will most likely be in her 80s when she is eligible for release. Moves are being made to find out who her cohort-boyfriend Epstein’s customers were.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is at the forefront of that fight.
“You know what else would be very good committee hearings? Investigating Jeffrey Epstein’s friends who enjoyed the hard work of this madam, who handed over minors to powerful men for sexual pleasure. Maxwell named the Clinton Foundation as an organization she worked with.”
You know what else would be very good committee hearings?
Investigating Jeffrey Epstein’s friends who enjoyed the hard work of this madam, who handed over minors to powerful men for sexual pleasure.
Maxwell named the Clinton Foundation as an organization she worked with. pic.twitter.com/EEnmKzemHL
— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene🇺🇸 (@RepMTG) June 28, 2022
Of course, then there are people who worked with Epstein who die mysteriously. We can add another one to the list.
“Steven Hoffenberg, one of Jeffrey Epstein’s associates and the one-time owner of The New York Post, has died at the age of 77,” according to the Daily Mail.
Police were called to his Hoffenberg’s home in Derby, Connecticut, yesterday by a concerned friend.
They found Hoffenberg him lying on the floor of his bedroom.
The cause of his death remains unconfirmed, but there were no visible signs of trauma to his body, a police source says.
His body was so decomposed that police believe he had been there for at least a week. A medical examiner is now using his dental records to make an identification.
But according to the Mail, police are ‘extremely confident’ it’s Hoffenberg.
In the next few days, Derby Police will announce a formal identification on its Facebook page.
Hoffenberg rose to notoriety in the 1990s with his scandal-ridden Towers Financial Corp, a firm he ran with Epstein and the vehicle in which swindled $460million out of 200 victims.
After spending 18 years behind bars, he became friends with Epstein’s victims after his release from prison.
Interestingly, a woman, Maria Farmer, who was the first to accuse Epstein of misconduct to the police, called the police to inquire about Hoffenberg’s safety.
‘Hoff was one of my dearest friends on earth, more like a father than my own father ever was to me. He lived in kindness, always giving what little he had, never asking for anything.
‘This man was beyond incredible and a dear friend to survivors of Epstein… as he was also,’ Maria told reporters.
“Hoffenberg is a colorful New York character who is best known for trying to ‘save‘ The New York Post from bankruptcy in the early 1990s, and for his ill-fated partnership with Epstein,” the outlet continued.
He invested millions in the flailing Post to stop it from shuttering and ran it for a period of a few months in 1993.
The newspaper was sold to him in desperation by Peter Kalikow, another millionaire and fixture on the New York social scene who ran it into disrepair and financial ruin.
Hoffenberg was unpopular as a boss.
“In March 1993, after just three months in charge, he was pushed out by Abraham Hirschfeld, who he’d brought in with his deep pockets when the SEC froze his own assets amid an investigation into fraud,” the Mail added.
Although Epstein was never charged, it is believed that he made millions off of it.
Epstein orchestrated the scheme that landed him in prison, he told The Washington Post in 2019.
‘I thought Jeffrey was the best hustler on two feet. Talent, charisma, genius, criminal mastermind. We had a thing that could make a lot of money. We called it Ponzi,’ he said, declaring Epstein the “architect” behind the fraud.
“In 1995, he pleaded guilty to defrauding investors out of $420 million,” the report continued.
They had bought bonds from his company, Hoffenberg’s Towers Financial Corp, which Epstein worked for.
At least two others linked to Epstein have died this year, also.
In May, Former President Bill Clinton’s personal advisor who let Epstein into the White House seven times, Mark Middleton, died at 59.
In June a forensic expert warned there is no way to rule out “foul play” in the death of a woman linked to the mysterious suicide of Middleton who introduced Bill Clinton to billionaire Jeffrey Epstein.
The body of Ashley Haynes was discovered drowned in the Arkansas River with an extension cord bound to her ankle and tethered to a concrete block. This was just months prior to when Clinton moneyman Middleton’s body was found hanging from a tree with an electrical cord of the same type. The cord was cinched around his neck and Middleton had a shotgun blast to his chest.
And back to the judge who OKd the FBI raid on Trump’s home.
Almost a decade ago, Reinhart left the local US Attorney’s office to assist Epstein’s staff members, including his pilots and scheduler.
The magistrate judge had been appointed four years prior following a decade in the private sector with Epstein’s staff.
It was he who helped Nadia Marcinkova, who Epstein called “his Yugoslavian sex slave”, scheduler Sarah Kellen, and the pedophile’s pilots.